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of patents, we know that with motorola. it was bought by google because of the patents. how much should be be putting stock in your patents? >> we were issued our 83rd patent today. the communication space especially in voice is a patent minefield. there's a lot of ip out there, goes back to lucent and att and all of those big portfolios. the fact that we have been an i.t. company, we certainly don't have the thousands of patents that some of those entities have. it's enabled us to sell patents to some of the players out there. we do cross license exchanges. it's a vital part of our business, even though it may not show up on the top line every quarter. >> two nights ago we had mr. mewsi, he's the ceo of paychex, he's talking about how small business, how the formation is not good. how much is the -- does the pie heart? i know you're taking share in the pie. but the small business market is not growing in the company that we know of. >> fcc actually twice a year publishes access line data. the past two periods, access lines are going down for the last two years. they've stabilized. it's
't talk about an android selling phones to carriers. it's lg and htc and motorola. a lot of them are not doing well in the android platform. and i think rim has a real shot by own iing their platform and software and having this loyal user who value the experience. they are going to come out of the gates with a strong couple quarters and win back market share. >> i mean you may be an app developer for all i know, but if you were one and you could only develop for one platform, would it be for blackberry? >> that's a good question. here's the thing. you're going to go where people are. there's two ways to look at it. there's a pint up demand on blackberry 10. and a lot of successful developers go to that. i know a lot of blackberry fans who made a lot of money on blackberries. and apple has more users. it could be an overnight success but there's a lot of stories you don't hear about who are spending a lot of money and not making any money and not getting the download. there's so much conversation. >> final question. how much of the success of the 10 depends on the keyboard? can t
in the quarter. this is the first quarter we'll have motorola. the other problem is we have the decline in clicks. many are paying less for google products. that's a troubling trend. >> the cost per click issue in my mind is completely overblown. without putting that in context of more clicks, people using their services more, it does not matter what the cost per click is. it matters how much money is overall. if peep really paying less per instance, that's not the issue. the issue is they are clearly making more money. this is only a positive for goodle over the long term. >> let me ask you, you clearly have it in the way that there's a different type of tech company now. i wonder if this is true, with facebook, apple and -- steve jobs in his pursuit of ideas, and for the technology with google, certainly, an arguably -- you also have it with facebook. are they different or at they winning at the moment and appear to be different from microsoft? >> there's been a big rise in the tech-oriented company that is pruz one product, step over and over it again. the enterprise market is still a lucrativ
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